Bernard of Trilia

Bernard Of Trilia a French pupil of Thomas of Aquinas, was born at Nismes in 1240. He was professor of theology at Montpellier about the year 1286, then at St. Jacob in Paris, and died at Avignon in 1292. He wrote De Ente et Essentia; Utrum Intellectus Creatus Producat Rem Intellectam in esse Intelligibili? Utrum Anima in Tantum Possit Elevanriper Gratiam, ut Essentiam Dei Videat; Quaestiones 18 de Cognitione Animce Conjunctce Corpori. See Haureau, De la Scolastique, ii, 253; Bach, in Wetzer u. Welte, Kirchenlexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

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